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Diablo Immortal Season 2: Bloodsworn is now live. The latest update introduces new buffs to some classes in the game. Here are all the buffed Classes in Diablo Immortal.

‘Diablo Immortal Season 2: Bloodsworn’ update includes buffs to two Classes in the game

After Diablo Immortal released last month, critics highly praised the latest mobile game from Blizzard Entertainment. However, the game also faced some backlash after issues with the game being heavily pay to win (P2W) surfaced.

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One player streamed when they made in-game purchases in Diablo Immortal to level up their character. The stream caused controversy when the player spent more than $4000 USD and they didn’t get even one 5-star Legendary Gem. This was an experiment done to test the RNG (Random Number Generator) of Diablo Immortal. So even though the game has high ratings from critics, player reviews are low.

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But despite this, the game still has a large player base. Moreover, Blizzard seems to be in it for the long haul as they continue bringing updates to Diablo Immortal. The recent major update is the launch of Season 2 in Diablo Immortal and it introduces many changes to the game.

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Among these changes are buffed Classes. However, the Classes that received these buffs are two of the least used Classes in Diablo Immortal. Although it may be disappointing for some players, it allows the game population to be more diverse as new or old players can start trying out these Classes now that they got buffed.

If you are one of the players using either the Wizard or Monk classes in Diablo Immortal, then it’s you’re time to shine in this update.

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The buffed Classes in Diablo Immortal are the Monk and Wizard

Now that we are in Season 2 of Diablo Immortal, here are all the balance changes for the Wizard and Monk Classes.

Wizard

  • Arcane Wind
    • Damage increased from 54, 72(fully charged) to 60, 80(fully charged)
    • Range increased from 3.3, 5.5(fully charged) to 4.5, 6.5(fully charged)
  • Arcane Wind Legendary: Syldra’s Fang
    • Damage increased from 57.6 to 60
    • Range increased from 5.5 to 6.5
  • Lightning Nova (also affects Legendary affixes):
    • Damage increased from 25.2 to 34.7
    • Multi-hit Damage increased from 70% to 75%

Monk

  • Exploding Palm
    • Damage (non-Explosion) increased from 17.5 to 25
    • Range changed from 3.5 (90-degree angle) to 3*4.5 (rectangle)
  • Exploding Palm Legendary: Scolding Storm
    • Damage (non-Explosion) increased from 17.5 to 25
    • Range changed from 3.5 (90-degree angle) to 3*4.5 (rectangle)
  • Exploding Palm Legendary: Path of the Present
    • Damage (non-Explosion) increased from 19.32 to 25
  • Exploding Palm Legendary: Reaching Rebuke
    • Damage (non-Explosion) increased from 19.8 to 25

In other words, the Wizard and Monk are getting significant damage boosts in the new update. So with all that being said, you may want to reconsider playing as these Classes in Diablo Immortal. As for other Classes, fingers crossed that they get buffs in future updates of the game.

Hopefully, these buffs will make more players try out the Wizard and Monk Classes in Diablo Immortal.

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